Apple first sent emails teasing the upcoming sale on Monday, but the company has yet no name which models will be discounted and at what price.
A number of certified resellers have also announced deep discount pricing on Macs, iPads and software, including an already-launched sale by MacMall. Big-box retailer Best Buy is offering a $50 gift card with the purchase of any new iPod Touch, while Target is giving away $80 gift cards with every iPad (excluding the iPad mini).
For more information on the most current deals, visit AppleInsider's price guide.
Update: The online store is back online advertising the following deals:
- MacBook Pro with Retina Display - From $1598
- MacBook Pro - From $1098
- MacBook Air - From $898
- iPad with Retina Display - From $458
- iPad 2 - From $368
- iPod touch - From $268
- iPod touch (4th gen) - From $178
- iPod nano - From $138
- AirPort and Time Capsule
- AirPort Express - $88
- AirPort Extreme - $158
- Time Capsule - From $278
Various iPad, iPod and Mac accessories from $7 to $11 off regular prices.
The dedicated webpage for the specials can be found here.